Some people have to work hard at being good while others seem to display an innate goodness appearing to be predisposed to good and religiousity like Mother Terera or the Saintly Souls who do it for goodness sake. Some people try to be good but fail even after trying, yet some are good without trying it seems? I came to learn that no one asked my father to do nitnem,but when he was just five he started asking his mum to learn from the sant how to do paath and since then he never sets an alarm, it's second nature to him. He started waking early to do paath as a small child with no coaxing whatsover and when he tried to instruct my children they showed no interest in praying much less rising early to do so, this reminded me of why the Greeks thought of enthusiasm as a God. I wish I did not have to remind myself or make an effort to set the alarm and conciously try to make my Self do it , I do it because I know I should.He does it because he has almost a divine enthusiasm, sort of a deep instinct to do it.He seems to know what is right naturally and does it, while I have to think about what is right and sometimes still fail to do it.I'm talking about the subtle difference from the one who does nitnem or good deeds because he is told that he must do them and the one who being too young to discern or oblivious to doctrine somehow starts doing what he is supposed to?